How to manage cable losses on a 4G or 5G Antenna



As we move into more demanding wireless systems, the need to look closely at cable losses is becoming more-and-more prevalent.

In 4G frequencies, cables should not be more than 5m without some thought and selection going into the coaxial cable. In 5G frequencies, any length of cable is a concern that should be taking into consideration.

In this video we discuss the problem, showing the results and some actual numbers on what losses can be expected. We also demonstrate how we can assist you with reducing cable losses to the absolute minimum.

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The antenna used in this demonstration is the Poynting XPOL-2 directional MIMO antenna. This antenna is a great 4G Antenna, and is also a 5G Ready, also considered 5G Compatible antenna. For further information on this antenna visit our website at https://rfshop.com.au/product/5g-ready-4g-directional-antenna-kit/ or see https://www.poynting.tech.

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Allen THOMPSON

My name is Allen THOMPSON. I will be posting instruction guides, how-to, troubleshooting tips and tricks on Linux, Networks telecom, hardware, security and web. My focus is to write articles that will either teach you or help you resolve a problem.

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